Cayo Hueso y Habana - Key West Florida

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This historic brick warehouse, fronting on Key West’s busy harbor, was built by William H. Wall in 1879. It is now home to “Cayo Hueso y Habana,” a celebration of a unique, remote island culture greatly affected by its Spanish speaking people. 

While shipwrecks and their salvage brought the first permanent settlers to the island, those of Spanish heritage from Cuba, only ninety miles away, played an immediate roll and were a major part of the city's early history. 

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